Electrodynamic Properties, Structure, and Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Optical Matter Systems

Curtis William Peterson
Optical matter assemblies, specifically nanoparticles that interact and are electrodynamically bound into ordered structures, represent a new type of material that has novel structural and dynamic properties that are of fundamental and practical interest. Polarizable (and/or plasmonic) nano-particles exhibit strong interactions in optical fields (e.g., in optical traps) that result in emergent structures and non-equilibrium phenomena such as non-reciprocal forces and negative torques. Although these effects have been predicted and have begun to be demonstrated...
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